For the eighth consecutive year, Roeslein & Associates, Inc. was named to St. Louis Business Journal’s Top 150 Privately Held Companies for 2018. This honor is bestowed upon companies in the greater St. Louis Metro Area who have had the largest revenue for the previous fiscal year.
Roeslein & Associates welcomes its largest class of interns into its 2018 internship program. These nineteen interns are spread throughout many departments and fields including: electrical engineering, manufacturing engineering, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, construction, systems engineering, technology engineering, and purchasing. Read more
Roeslein & Associates is proud to announce that its fabrication facility in Red Bud, IL has reached one year without a recordable injury and 541,000 hours without a lost time injury. This accomplishment comes just two months after Roeslein as a whole reached one million hours worked without a lost time incident. Roeslein’s commitment to continuous improvement in safety and productivity has been a key element to its success.
Dr. Gangwei Wu is director of the China Business Unit of project integrator Roeslein & Associates in Shanghai, where he manages projects, client and supplier relationships and agreements with a focus on the China and Asia business in canmaking and the unitized modular fabrication of production lines. Before joining Roeslein & Associates, which is based in St Louis, Missouri, he worked at the Merrimack brewery of Anheuser-Busch in the packaging operations and then as a lead project engineer for brewer Anheuser-Busch, managing a number of greenfield packaging lines in China. The Canmaker magazine recently featured Dr. Gangwei Wu in their Day in the Life series.
On December 15th Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner and Illinois State Senator Paul Schimpf visited and toured Roeslein & Associates’ modular fabrication facility in Red bud, IL with the goal of emphasizing the firm’s successful business model.
Roeslein’s modular fabrication facility in Red Bud, IL achieved 500,000 hours worked without a lost time incident (LTI). Reaching this many logged hours, for any company, is a huge accomplishment. Roeslein recognizes it as a testament to its dedication, acknowledging that this is truly an accomplishment when considering the Red bud facility operates on two shifts a day,
five days a week, with an average of 180 workers on the work floor at one time.
Roeslein & Associates, Inc. will acquire Pride Conveyance Systems in a mutually beneficial agreement taking place January 1, 2018.
The transaction is a natural progression for the two companies that have held a long standing relationship dating back over 30 years. Roeslein founder Rudi Roeslein worked with Pride founders Shannon Pride, Pat Jordan, and Ruben Padilla at Wiebe in the late 1980s. They left the company to pursue individual businesses with Roeslein focusing on the structural unitization and integration of complex beverage container plant process systems and Pride honing their expertise in the conveyance systems that transport product on the production lines.
While attending the CURT Offsite Construction Workshop on Nov. 15th, the CURT organization recognized Pete McCall, Business Development Manager at Roeslein & Associates, for his Outstanding Service and Devotion to the Construction Users Roundtable.
In response to the award McCall commented, “It has been a real privilege to work with the CURT Owners and other like-minded construction professionals involved in the newly formed Offsite Construction Committee. I’m looking forward to what new objectives we will focus on in 2018 and how Roeslein can support them.”
For the last five years, Roeslein & Associates has been training and certifying its employees in CPR and First Aid to assist in its push for safety awareness at all of locations. “We saw a use for the program not only at our manufacturing facilities but in our office spaces; you never know when something can happen and this program allows us to be prepared for anything, anytime, anywhere,” said Roeslein’s Safety Manager Ryan Kirkpatrick.